Friday, March 17, 2006

French student riots: Greatest example of nanny society breeding.

France: From the BBC feedback

VICTOR, 23, STUDENT, UNIVERSITY OF PARIS 2, PANTHEON-ASSAS I am demonstrating, along with thousands of my fellow students against this law. I am fully opposed to this law because I simply disagree that it is okay to fire someone after two years on the job. This is going to be a big problem for French youths who are joining the job market. It will cause inequality between young and old, and I am obviously against that. I leave university at the end of the year and this law puts added pressure on me now. It means that when I do get a job I will basically have to work as hard as I can to keep it. If I make any mistakes I could be fired immediately. This will affect me severely, so I have taken to the streets.

This is an example of what happens in a socialist society where people think the government should take care of their every need. Lazy, shiftless, worthless lumps on two legs who fear having to work hard to keep their jobs. Full Story here.

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